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janitors in the bay area and 10,000 in los angeles say they're facing tough negotiations for a new contract. they work for a dozen contractors that do cleaning for high profile companies. >> there money in this economy. workers should not have to go without affordable family health care, especially a lot of the client companies that are the decision makers in terms of money. and negotiations. >> the union says the issue is a $3,000 deductible. by taking to streets they hope to get attention ask support if it held up traffic. rosa linda has been a janitor 13 years. >> there is a lot of people with a big family. they have little kids sometimes personally i use medicare for the rest of my life. now, i cannot afford this medicine. that is what we're really
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worried about it. >> there is a statement the union's proposals would amount to quote a 30% hike in wages health care and pension costs and it's plan would implement cost sharing consistent with those covering at most private sector companies. >> the existing contract expires monday at midnight. the union says it's prepared to go out on strike early tuesday morning. negotiations are still underway today in a hotel in south san francisco. >> thank you david. and san francisco's mission district police station was evacuated for more than an hour today after someone walked in with an explosive device officers took it to the parking lot where a bomb squad robot looked it over before waits rendered safe. police evacuated several nearby businesses and tell us the device was net homemade but would not say if it was a military relic.
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>> someone opened fire on this house in novato and police are trying to figure out who and why. last night around 6:30 a shooter sprayed the house with bullets. those inside are getting ready to sit down to dinner when shots were fired. no one was hurt. police are measuring the trajectory to get a better picture of the origin. detectives believe this house was targeted but say they have no idea why. >> oakland police say a pot bust being made today is one of the biggest ever in the city. officers seized $1 million worth of illegal marijuana from a warehouse on 89th avenue on east oakland. abc 7 news was there. >> wow. wow. >> the bust came as a shock to some of the people who worked next to this warehouse on 89th street them. say they didn't see any sus spishus activity going on but police tell us they've been doing surveillance several weeks. officers called it a very
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sophisticated grow operation. >> we recover add prochlly 2500 marijuana plants. approximately 50 pounds of dried processed marijuana which were carried in 33 gallon container autos they arrested 11 people. and sergio works next door and didn't suspect a thing. >> i guess don't see anything. >> across the street floyd had suspicions because of something else. >> and he knew he can smell it. >> he wasn't surprised but was shocked to hear about arrests. >> and 11 people is the big thing. you know? i never saw 11 people go in and out of interest there. you'd think you'd see more groceries or something. i don't know when they did it.
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>> they somehow managed to get groceries in there. a source tells us there was a break room for workers with snacks video games and a place to grab a nap. police say those who were arrested did not put up a fight. officers confiscated several weapons and two pit bulls. it appears this is being operated as a business one of those arrested and interviewed told officers that he was working here and this is because he needed a job. >> we're now less than 28 hours from closure of doyle drive promising to turn afk into gridlock all weekend. doyle drive is one of the seismicly unsafe roadways in the state. tomorrow beginning at 8:00 p.m. caltrans will shut it down and begin tearing down the roadway. pretty much everything between highway 1 and marina boulevard. so nearby businesses say this
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is really going to hit them hard. we are along doyle drive now with the story for us. heather? >> there are a number of businesses on chrissy field and we're standing in front of the sports bai. you can see how close it is to this demolition zone. that structure is going to be taken down this weekend. many say they don't expect their businesses to be hurt too badly by customers who either won't come here or can't. >> dave schaeffer is not jumping for boy but is not worried either he owns house of air an interdoor trample yeen park. >> have you given your customers a kind of, you know warning? >> extensively. we've been as candid as possible about back up issues. >> so just telling them to leave extra time? >> a lot extra time. yes. >> house of airs which runs
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through chrissy field could be one of the congested streets this weekend. handling traffic ta would otherwise be on doyle drive. the sports basement is also there sitting a stone's throw from a section of doyle that will be coming down in chunks. the co-founder plans on business as usual saturday and sunday. >> and this is going to be fun to watch it come down. >> this wedding was supposed to be in the presidio just 100 feet from wrecking balls will be at work. they had two weeks to replan everything. >> it would have been almost more stressful if this band skront made it this is so... ridiculous. we kind of laughed and just said there has to be a reason this is happening. >> the bride and groom did manage to move their wedding
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and reception and say postponing was never an option. >> and talk about stress. thank you. >> details now on the doyle drive closure again beginning at 8:00 p.m. tomorrow and will allow crews to demolish the existing doyle drive which needs to be replaced. the primary route to the golden gate bridge is 19th avenue and park presidio boulevard. local traffic can cut through. the richmond bridge is also an option. and be sure to down load our waze traffic app that is available through the an droid store or i tunes store. >> members of a whale endanglement team went out to try to find the whale rescuers nicknamed june. it was seen last week
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rescuers were unable to free the whale. june last spotted yesterday by whale watchers. >> a place called newest jewel in the golden gate national recreation system is making a debut. land's end lookout located in outer richmond district. and as close to the ogs as you can get just north of golden gate park. abc 7 news got a preview today. >> there is a lot to look at. at the lookout. it's a 1400 square foot educational area divided into three sections. one is nature. >> what is this history here? >> middle is future oriented showing off sustainibility of the building and deals with financial sustainibility as well. >> this is to give an opportunity to learn about this area. as well as to create a
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financial stream to pay for it third is a cultural aspect of land's end. rare clips of life out here 100 years ago. the glory days of the sutro bath autos this is an outer land area. the train was only five cents for people. he wanted it to be available for everyone. >> one of the noticeable aspects is how much you don't notice it. >> you came to the sight you weren't having a view of the place blocked as you come to our land end look out. you can see through this building. >> there is not a bad place to come for a little day dreaming. it will be open 9:00 to 578 daily. grand opening saturday at 11:00 a.m. rain or shine. or wind. >> certainly breezy out there
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today. >> there is things dry as you can see. all over the bay area there is one remaining spot of moisture we're picking up south of gilroy. showers lingered and there was a rainbow spotted around 8:00. there is a picture, on we go. there is clear cool dhnz evening. cooler than last evenings. temperatures into mid evening hours from 50-58 degrees chilly in spots overnight a chilly start to the morning. low temperatures tomorrow ranging from 41 to about 48 then into afternoon, sunny skies and mild. highs from around 60s on the coast to low 70s inland and it's only going to get warmer heading into weekend. >> coming up kidney recycling. surge yenz pefsh yormd a
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medical break through that could make a huge difference for thousands of people. >> this sner snack could heep keep your mind healthy for years longer. you don't have to gorge on berries to make a difference. >> and emily chang will join us live. >> our first check of traffic. taking a look athe traffic it's a three-mile per hour crawl going left to right across lower deck of the bay bridge. better on the right side of the screen. folks headed towards 101 south. stay with us.
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checking healthy living news a medical break through in chicago. surgeons recycle aid donated
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kidney from one recipient to another. doctors took a kidney from a recipient when it started failing and gave to it another patient whose wod body is accepting it. it has been done before but only after the first recipient died. transplanted organs that fail are typically discarded. the 27-year-old man is now back on dialysis ask awaiting another transplant. >> to find out this is going to be something bigger than you know just a failed transplant. it's gg -- going to help someone eels details are published in today's edition of the new england journal of medicine. >> researchers confirmed the long lasting health implications for children who are bullied. a team found violence can signaturely age children by as much as 10 years they found dna sequences shortened more quickly to kids who are exposed to violence and that could be make them more
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susceptible to diseases and even heart attacks at a younger age. >> berries could help prevent demetia. researchers pored over data and found strawberries and blue berries appeared to slow cognitive decline in older women. it takes a cup of strawberries and half a cup of blue berryies to keep away dementia two and a half years. >> we have an update on breaking news all passengers have been let off of the plane at midway airport in chicago. that plane had been quarantined for several hours because of a report of a passenger who had some sort of a mysterious illness this, is a woman on that plane from uganda. they're concerned about a rash she had. apparently they've resolved
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whatever issues were because passengers have been let off. no specifics on what the illness was or what happened with that woman. but as we get updates we'll pass them along to you. >> moving on to business now now. an earnings extraf ganza. amazon and xynga were the most notable. >> there is shares spiking in after hours, after the world largest e-commerce company reported strong numbers led by demand for the kindel. revenue up 35% from the year before. $13.2 billion. net income narrowing tho $130 million compared to $201 million before. amazon is spending big on building new versions of the kindel and the company says it's kindle fire now the best-selling item on the web
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site. other story of the day is zynga. esh earnings beat estimates. there are stories they're starting to reduce it's reliance on facebook and says zynga introduced a new gaming portal to diversify away from the network and paid $180 million for the mobile app maker omg pop maker of the game draw something. zynga now owns six most-popular games on facebook. as for broader market gains across the board after better than expected housing data overshadowed this week's unemt employment report. your bloomberg silicon valley index up slightly. google agreed to pay a $25,000
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fine related to privacy issues. the search giant being investigated by the justice department as it collected information for a new program. frc says google should pay for delaying the probe. google said feds closed the probe it will pay the fine to put the investigation behind it. and spotify planning to launch a new music service. the provider is developing an internet radio service competing with pandora. it would be cheaper to operate than the current business because radio royalty rates are lower i'm emily chang with bloomberg west. >> thank you. >> gorgeous blue skies out there now. quite a change.
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>> we had some leftover scattered showers. blue skies now and ahead for several more days. there is a live view looking over the golden gate. there is lots of blue and it's dry around the bay area. you can see there is where we did receive some impressive rainfall totals in spots. just under half an nimpblg redwood city. and 17/100ths in oakland. three-tenths in san francisco. light totals in the north bay except for napa. it's all over now. now it's sunny skies and relatively mild. there are readings into low 60s highlights, will be clear cooler overnight. sunny warmer days follow into next week. and monday inland high temperatures get into 80s.
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there is a cold front passing through. there is a clearing trend and high pressure starts tochl pand and ridge into our area. it's going to dominate weather picture, we'll start at 7:00 and you can see high pressure continuing to build n clouds dissipating and there is over the weekend warming trend continues into mob. and we'll have fair skies into the middle of the week. and perhaps farther than that into the forecast future overnight tonight, chilly with lows down around 40 in napa. 41 in santa rosa. mid to upper 40s over the remainder of the bay area. then into afternoon warming begins. there are upper 60s around the bay. similar readings, there is high temperatures around 0s
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inland. 82 monday. 80 again tuesday and then a little bit of a cool down wednesday and thursday. dry conditions and sunny skies. it's a lovely week ahead. >> coming up later is there a frat-boy culture in the secret service? allegations of agents behaving badly on the job. >> disney unleashes details on upcoming films. we'll tell but a sequel a prequel and more coming up. >> then late-breaking news as yacht races are put on hold tonight. we'll look at why recent tragedy at the farallons has the coast guard rethinking racing rule autos taking a look at traffic on the san mateo bridge. you can see cars moving nicely in both directions and heavier for folks heading towards east bay now. stay with us. news at 4:00 continues right after this.
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there is a new place to watch abc katie couric online starting on tuesday there will be a weekly program on yahoo called katie's take and will talk about health nutrition fitness wellness and other life style issues each featuring interviews with top experts in a variety of fields. katie is launching an afternoon tv talk show
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beginning on september 10th at 3:00. >> our parent company has a bunch of exciting movies in the next couple of years. >> and there is a sneak peek in today's entertainment report. >> how did a sequel to a muppet movie sound? or a prequel to monster's inc? this week a couple stars were on land to give details like jennifer garner who wishes for a baby in "the owed life of tim think green". >> it's a owed feeling of watching two real people integrate magic into the marriage. the magic is this little boy. >> johnny depp on hand to talk "the loen ranger". >> it's a rock and roll version of the loen ranger very fast paced it hits theaters next year in hollywood a star studded anniversary party for century osh dld -- old charity.
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there is 18 months of care for marilyn monroe. >> such an icon. she took page as way from all of us who traded in on the dumb blonde card. >> vent held at the hollywood museum featuring an exhibit next month. go over to otrc.com. >> and still ahead this afternoon rupert murdock apologizes for something he won't admit to doing. >> john edwards felt good about what happened on the trial today. karen traverse will join us live.
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and a trial of former presidential candidate john edwards continued today his former aide and friend and edwards lawyers doing their best to damage his credibility. >> we have the story from washington, d.c.. hi, karen. >> good afternoon larry and carolyn. another tough day of questioning for andrew young. edwards defense team tried to rip holes into the story. >> john edwards defense team is fighting back hard. their goal is paint former aide andrew young as a lier
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looking for revenge it was the fourth day on the witness stand for young, he was on the hot seat. edwards attorneys accused young of lying in order to profit from the scandal from the affair. the key issue in this trial is whether edwards participated in an illegal campaign finance scheme to protect his political career. the prosecution says or whether he was trying to keep the affair secret from his wife. the person he was trying to avoid finding out about the affair was mrs. edwards saying in court today i assumed to. young said. >> the defense's position is that this was a personal cover up. not a political activity. >> today the dpeens team tried to rip holes into two key areas of the story. the time line when did young learn hunter is pregnant? he cited may 2007 in the book but june 2007 in a court testimony. the money young cited different dollar amounts a wealthy donor said she'd
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provide. the defense is trying to use these to call into question young's claims that he and edwards discussed hunter's pregnancy and who to ask for money to take care of her. yesterday, the former democratic presidential hopeful seems happy with results of the tough line of questioning. >> andrew young's wife could take the witness stand tomorrow. carolyn? >> this case is about campaign finance regulations and there is a major focus on the affair. >> a lot of focus on the affair and there is describing hunter as someone very volatile someone who would throw fits and take the story of the affair to the media. he says i needed money to keep her quiet. defense attorneys are saying
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you were asking for yourself. there is a lot of back and forth about that. tough questioning at times a judge seemed frustrated the focus was on the affair pregnancy and baby, and not on that trail of money because that is what this case is about. but the defense team is trying to do all they can to poke holes into the story and discredit him as a witness. >> thank you. >> the secret service is investigating new allegations of agents hiring prostitutes in el salvador last year and kiry tv says agents and military personnel received sexual favors and took prostitutes to hotel rooms. this is hours after the janet napolitano told lawmakers a similar incident in columbia was just an isolated case. >> he witnessed some of the secret service agents going into v.i.p. area to get sexual favors for cash.
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and he says they were working really hard to try to get strippers back to their hotel rooms. >> the agency says it's investigating the new allegations so far eight agents lost their job autos a military judge refused to dismiss the charge against the soldier accused in the wiki leaks case. charged with aiding the enemy and his hearing is underway in maryland. prosecutors claim he stole hundreds of thousands of war logs and tables and transmitted them to antisecrecy center. he could face a maximum term of life. >> pakistan deported osama bin laden's family to saudi arabia. they were detained by pakistani authorities after last may's u.s. raid that killed bin laden. the wifes and two adult daughters were convicted of
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illegally entering and living in pakistan. officials say the family chose to be deported to saudi arabia. >> rupert murdock is apologizing for a phone hacking scandal but says he didn't know bit. >> i also have to say that i failed. >> tv and newspaper tycoon testified for a second day. murdock's news of the world tabloid shut down after being revealed the paper hacked into cell phone voice mails of murder victims and celebrities. murdock insists he was kept in the dark. >> there is no question that maybe even editor but certainly beyond that... someone took charge of a cover up. and which we're victim to. i regret. >> the scandal cost the world wide media corporation hundreds of millions of dollars. >> and next at 4:00 how
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airport officials dealt with a frantic dog that held up several flights in new york. >> and you can now apply for a mortgage when you order up a jumbo package of paper towel autos and you can see there are lingering clouds in the sky. but not for long. i'll give you a look at what we can expect this weekend. >> and taking a look right now at the bay bridge toll plaza this is a perfect time to make your way into san francisco. no delays here at the moment. stay with us. the news at 4:00 continues.
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ñ ñ ñ ñ ñ ñ ñ ñ ñ ñ ñ ñ ñ ñ ñ ñ ñ ñ ñ ñ ñ ñ ñ ñ ñ ñ ñ ñ ñ ñ ñ ñ ñ ñ ñ ñ ñ ñ ñ ñ ñ ñ ñ ñ ñ ñ ñ ñ ñ ñ ñ ñ ñ ñ ñ ñ ñ ñ ñ ñ ñ ñ ñ ñ ñ ñ ñ ñ ñ ñ ñ ñ ñ ñ ñ ñ ñ ñ ñ ñ ñ ñ ñ ñ ñ ñ ñ ñ ñ ñ ñ ñ ñ ñ ñ ñ ñ ñ ñ ñ ñ ñ ñ ñ ñ ñ ñ ñ ñ ñ ñ ñ ñ ñ ñ ñ ñ ñ ñ ñ >> you see the animals there? >> that is a dog named birdie delaying flights at la guardia airport. she escaped and made her way around the runway authorities had to find the owner aboard the delta jet to help coax the dog back into the cargo hold. she and the owner made to it memphis safe lie and a dying man claims the spirit airlines told him it can't give him a refund though he's too sick to fly. the vietnam veteran booked a flight then learned his cancer was spread ask was terminal he says his doctors don't want him to fly sow asked spirit for a refund. the airline said no. >> i offered them all of the confirmation from my oncologist and hospice. and even my prepaid funeral
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package. they didn't want to hear about it. they just wanted to keep the money. >> in a statement spirit airlines says reservations are nonrefundable it and offers low cost travel insurance that covers a variety of circumstance autos and be grateful you're not on this flight. high winds in spain made normally routine landings treacherous, officials decided to divert planes after this. a really good idea wow. >> and there is windy here. >> and calmer here i'm happy to report. this afternoon check out clouds across the bay. looking eastward you can see clouds just -- west rather clouds moving eastward and scooting out of here nationwide, we can expect warm weather across the southern part of the country. and some states will see highs into 80s from atlanta to new
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orleans and phoenix. but cool across the northern part of the country. highs into 50s. and from seattle and portland over to minneapolis chicago new york. state wide there are nice mild to warm conditions just about everywhere. especially down south. 71 in los angeles here in the bay area we'll have bright sunny skies and it will be getting warmer highs into the south bay around 70 degrees for the most part. 71 in campbell. there are mid to upper 60s in redwood city. upper 50s to just about auf 06s on the coast. downtown san francisco a high of 63. and up into north bay highs into low 70s. 71 in sonoma. and near east bay highs mid to upper 60s. up 67 in oakland and castro valley z there are highs climbing into low to mid-70s
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monterey bay upper 60s near the bay. lovely day tomorrow and warmer and sunnier continuing throughout the weekend. and into next week. it's hard to get sunnier than that. i can say that as larry would say, with authority! >> that will cost you $1. >> thank you very much. >> really enforcing this now. yes. >> and still ahead octumom talked about why she and her kids use the bathroom outside. >> maybe you ditched a drive through but there is one fast food breakfast option that is healthy and tasty. i'm michael finney. i'll have results from a huge taste test. coming up. >> and abc 7 news continues right after this.
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nfl draft begins in about 15 minutes and andrew luck will be the top pick. the indianapolis colts have announced they'll choose luck. during his years he was described as college version of peyton manning. and there is a new corrective
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bargaining agreement. and this could be a banner draft for the card mals. >> it's fun to watch luck at stanford. how do you think -- . >> yes. >> there is anyone would agree. >> some more than other autos i was trying to say is how do you think he's going to transition to nfl? >> i think he will be but it's going to be a bit of time. you don't get the number one pick without being really bad. that is where colts are now. there is a two within season. it's going to be hard to transform them. it's going to take a while. he's going to be prepared. >> is he going to have protection there? on the line? >> if you're worried for him. speaking about protection and preparation, you can see his agents and handlers prepared him. remember we saw interviews and he was working on the beard and xzz top starter
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thing, if you look tonight you'll see a guy who has got a new style and a new do. a coif in a suit. he looks ever the professional. >> he's always had poise. that will take him far. >> he's ready for the next step. that will be coming up in just a few minutes. >> and there is more food food restaurants getting into breakfast fame. >> there is authorities just taste testing several agriculture sandwiches tough job. and the findings have you rethinking a morning routine. >> may have an egg mcmuffin? >> breakfast on the go is easy but can you make healthy choices? consumer reports graded nutrition of 106 egg
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sandwiches sold by fast food restaurants like burger king dunkindonuts ask subway. >> just six out of the 106 rated very good. >> what about taste? consumer reports trained taste testers went under cover to three locations of each chain. and tasted some of the nutritious sandwiches. of the seven tasted starbucks turkey bacon and white cheddar classic was just so-so. >> i found egg low flavored. and the bacon is salty and smoky. >> and margin yaul is dunkin doughnuts egg white wake up sausage wrap. tasters described it as tiny with egg that's were not
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flavorful. which will get you a tasty nutritious egg sandwich? subway! it's egg white and cheese on flat bred is the only sandwich consumer reports rated very good for taste. testers found egg whites flavorful. >> it's worth noting the quality varies from location to location. >> don't get your egg sandwich sit for long. as it cools so does the taste. consumer reports says a couple moves can -- was i hearing lip smacking there? a couple moves can help make a fast food breakfast sandwich more nutritious substitute egg whites for whole eggs when you can. and sandwiches come in different sizes. opt for a smaller one helping trim calories fats and sodium. all can be a diet buster. >> one of us up here eats a lot of these things.
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>> and i'm not saying who. >> that might have been the person whose appetite was -- . >> stomach growled. >> and shoppers can now find a new big item for sale. a mortgage. there is a full service mortgage lending program on its web site. members can log in fill in information and then gets a price comparison from several lenders. costco says it expects the affiliates to be accurate quick and offer competitive rates. it hopes to branch out and offer auto and student loans. >> wow. selling everything. >> yes. >> news at 4:00 continues she wanted a baby but lost her job. a teacher fired because of how she tried to get pregnant. >> there is a charming set in san francisco romantic comedy he's hoping will revive the love affair with the bay area. >> i was devastated. >> and ahead at 5:00 a total stranger restoring a precious piece of world war ii history
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to a local vet. robbed of his medals of heroism.
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as trying to get pregnant through inveto fertilization. >> new she's suing. >> emily and brian hearst's quest to become parents conflict sod deeply with the catholic church doctrine it left her jobless. she was fired last june after the diocese discovered she was undergoing fertility treatment. she says her atestimonies to start a family started in 2008 and her boss knew. still, she claims the pastor at the school called her a grave immoral sinner. during a cnn interview the decision changed her life its just been a very hard thing to come to grips to. and i did love my job so much.
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i did love teaching so much. and to have that stripped away from me but outpour of support has been wonderful. >> and she says she now needs ivf because she suffers from a diagnosed medical condition causing infertility. she won a complaint with eeoc and now filed a federal suit. the diocese says hearst knew reels rules quote, there are clear poll says teachers must have a knowledge and respect for the catholic faith. the slau on their side thanks to a ruling in january. >> if you're a religious school now you can terminate any employee you want for any reason you want even if it's for discrimination. >> her attorney says she's confident there is a strong enough case to win. as far as treatments go she says unfortunately they
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haven't worked. >> police and child welfare officials say there is no evidence octumom's children under danger. >> they visited her home after her hair dresser claimed her 14 children were living in squallor. official saz they didn't find anything unusual yesterday. >> the stylist told mees she locked her young children in the room using a chair and forced toddlers to use training toilets outside. she admitted the one toilet in the house was not working that day. >> and she thought it was unacceptable that they're half naked going potty. moms come on. one older kid jammed the kid up there so they won't keep opening and closing the door. >> the 36-year-old became known as octumom after giving birth to eight children. >> all right n theaters tomorrow there is a new comedy.
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>> it's a five-year engagement. much filmed here in the bay area. and they give extra pop corn for that. >> here is he on the aisle. >> here is the golden gate bridge. jason seigel was a chef in a restaurant. emily blunt is a university researcher. they met at a new year's eve party now preparing for the wedding. there is an engagement party in sonoma. that is chris pratt stealing every scene. she gets accepted from university of michigan. >> how is michigan? >> it's a fire hydrant. >> it's an adjustment. >> and she has a flirty professor. they break up, there are laughs but toned down.
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there are insightful analysis of relationships. it could be lifeless here. they do blow out stops for only in hollywood ending. it plays up bay area scenes. >> i promise i will love you every step of the way. >> and i did feel pain in the film. hers his and mine. yet i liked chemistry and supporting actors are hilarious. i found it funny and thoughtful. and i'm going to give almost three quarters of a bucket because they film mord than half of it in northern california so come on hollywood. rediscover the bay area. >> and thanks for joining us for abc 7 news at 6:00. >> you can keep track of the latest breaking news and talk about it on facebook.com.
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>> the news at 5:00 continues right now. >> there is late breaking news with all sail boat races have been put on hold. the concern after the low speed chase. >> nasa goes on the hunt for pieces of a meteorist yit and puts out an urgent request you need to hear. >> there is a warming trend coming up in time for weekend plans. i'll let you know to what degree coming up. >> the u.s. coast guard just suspended all permits for off shore boat races in the bay area nearly two weeks after five people died during an annual race around the farallon islands. good evening i'm cheryl jennings. >> i'm dan ashley this move comes just days after the salvage of the bail boat low-speed chase. sky 7 was overhead monday as boat was air lifted to half
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moon bay. >> this is the first time permits have been cull pulled for open water races and falls as opening day on the bay comes. that is the official start of the boating season that is set to begin. >> this move is temporary. and it's expected to be lifted after an investigation into racing safety rules is finished. now there is reaction from coast guard and sailors right now. we're going bring that for you at 6:00. >> passengers have been allowed off of a foreign delta airlines jet and there is flight 3163 pulled up but officials ordered everybody to stay on board. officers examined a woman with a skin rash when had been in uganda. after three hours the cdc determined the woman had no signs of a serious infectious disease and everyone was allowed off the plane. >> and moving on. nasa needs help tonight. researchers looking for photos and video of a meteor that came down in northern california last sunday.

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